Not Quite on Vacation

San Diego Palms

Ah well.  At least San Diego in late March is lovely, right?

I hoped to have things on Sass & Veracity completely working by now, but that is not the case.  I’m having trouble with that yellow bar above which has a few things that are useful to people. (Well I was once I’d given up, threw a hissy fit, then did some hard thinking last night and then got up this morning with my priorities in order and changed everything again).  You’d think it was easy to figure out (I do) but I think in the developer’s effort to make things easy, it’s been made far more difficult than it needs to be.

But I persist. (I persisted until this morning when I decided to go for Plan Z which you are looking at).

Actually, after a couple of days of working on the organization, I’m bailing to continue working on the plans for our trip to Paris in a couple of months.  And I’d say that was far more entertaining than trying to figure this out. (I figured out that I am not supposed to be spending time on this — I’m supposed to be writing and should have known better that all I was doing was procrastinating).

If you’re reading, I appreciate you more than you know. (Recipe coming very, very soon…)



p.s.  We’re having artichokes with roasted red pepper aioli, and a chaser of zucchini stuffed with a tomato, lamb, and pine nut mixture for dinner tonight.  I haven’t quite figured it out, but it’s a bit after 5pm so probably should!

Hope you’re well!

10 thoughts on “Not Quite on Vacation

  1. We have absolutely no food in our house, so your dinner sounds super swell. Your blog page looks pretty and now that I get e-mail reminders I’ll check it out more often.

    1. I should send you some of ours. We ended up having the stuffed zucchini which was pretty good, and I did prepare the artichokes but decided to save them. I was too annoyed to do anything but go to bed early. And thanks for doing the email subscribe!

  2. Website updates can be frustrating! I want to make some changes, but I’m now afraid that I’ll break something. I used to be so knowledgeable in that area, but now I’m totally rusty. Keep at it! It will eventually come together 🙂

  3. Kelly, I’ve been a lurker for a few years. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed your comments, recipes, designs, etc. Go with your gut and don’t take no for an answer. If you think something needs to change, make it happen. Period. You have a quality mind… know that. Don’t ever doubt your intuitions… they’re spot on!

    Feel good, and live life on the edge of exhilaration. Happy Passover & Easter!


    1. Well thank you for surfacing! I appreciate it. Goodness knows I do the same to a variety of sites myself. And I appreciate the feedback as well. I’ve definitely been searching and think I’ve found the answer. It will evolve, just like we do. So much for cutting edge, right?

  4. I’ve been following your blog, and enjoying your recipes (& beautiful writing) for several years, Kelly. Thanks for all you share! I love getting Sass & Veracity in my mail. 🙂

  5. i can subscribe by e-mail? i don’t see a way to do it–am i missing something? would love to be able to do so…

    1. Hi Terri — and thanks! I am still shifting things around, but there should be one in the bottom now. Thanks for bearing with me, because it may not stay down there 🙂

  6. And this is the reason I have hesitated and procrastinated on my own blog makeover. Take as much time as you need. It’s a lot!

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